United Future leader and Ōhāriu MP Peter Dunne will resign from Parliament at the election, saying voters in his electorate want a change.
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Peter Dunne says a "shift in voter sentiment" shows it is time for him to stand aside after 33 years as Ōhāriu's MP. Video
A poll in the crucial Ōhāriu electorate has the incumbent MP, United Future leader Peter Dunne, well behind.
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